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Republic of Ireland Football Fixtures

The Republic of Ireland V Belgium - Saturday, 23rd March - Kick Off: 5:00 pm

The Republic of Ireland V Switzerland - Tuesday, 26th March - Kick Off: 7:45 pm

About Republic of Ireland Football

The Republic of Ireland national football team, also known as the Ireland football team, represents the Republic of Ireland in men's international football. It is governed by the Football Association of Ireland. The team made their debut at the 1924 Summer Olympics and reached the quarter-finals. During the period from 1924 to 1950, the team competed as the Irish Free State and later as Éire/Ireland. The Republic of Ireland was the first nation from outside the United Kingdom to defeat England at home, which occurred in 1949.

Under the guidance of Jack Charlton, the team experienced its most successful era, reaching their highest FIFA world ranking of sixth in August 1993. They qualified for UEFA Euro 1988, reaching the quarter-finals, and made it to the quarter-finals of the 1990 FIFA World Cup, their first-ever appearance in the tournament. They also reached the last 16 at the 1994 edition of the tournament.

The team's home stadium is the Aviva Stadium in Dublin which has a capacity of 51,700. The traditional colours of the team are green shirts and white shorts. Séamus Coleman is the current captain of the team and is a big influence on the team, he hopes that he can inspire his players to more international success this year.


The greatest achievement of the Ireland football team is considered to be reaching the quarter-finals of the 1990 FIFA World Cup. Under the guidance of Jack Charlton, the team enjoyed their most successful era, resulting in their highest FIFA World Ranking at sixth in August 1993 and successful qualification for UEFA Euro 1988. Additionally, this achievement was notable as it was their first-ever appearance at the FIFA World Cup finals.


The primary rivalry for Ireland Football is against Northern Ireland, referred to as the Irish Derby. Additionally, Ireland shares football rivalries with neighbouring countries like Wales, Scotland, and England. These matchups contribute to the excitement and intensity of international fixtures involving these teams.

Notable Players

Robbie Keane is a former Irish football player who has achieved remarkable success throughout his career. He holds the record for being the all-time leading goal scorer for the Republic of Ireland national team, with 68 goals in 146 appearances. Keane has played for several top clubs, including Tottenham Hotspur in the English Premier League, where he scored 122 goals in 306 appearances.

Shay Given had an impressive career as a goalkeeper. He holds the second-highest record for the most caps (appearances) for the Republic of Ireland national team, with 134 international appearances. Given has played for various clubs including Manchester City, and he is known for his exceptional shot-stopping abilities and consistent performances throughout his career.

Evan Ferguson, a highly talented Irish football prodigy, has sparked immense excitement with his exceptional skills and extraordinary potential. At just 16 years old, he has already made waves by becoming the youngest player to score a goal in the history of the League of Ireland, showcasing his immense talent and promising future in the world of football.

Most Recent Results

France 2 - 0 The Republic of Ireland | 07/07/2023

The Republic of Ireland 1 - 2 Netherlands | 10/09/2023

The Republic of Ireland 0 - 2 Greece | 13/10/2023

Gibraltar 0 - 4 The Republic of Ireland | 16/10/2023

Netherlands 1 - 0 The Republic of Ireland | 18/11/2023

The Republic of Ireland 1 - 1 New Zealand | 21/11/2023